Marcel Dzama’s Moving Pictures

Still from The Lotus Eaters, 2001-07, all images courtesy Timothy Taylor Gallery; © Marcel Dzama
Marcel Dzama has gained deserved fame for his imaginative drawings and watercolours which have been exhibited internationally and entered the mainstream consciousness with their appearance on the cover of Beck’s 2005 album Guero. Yet an exhibition of new works at the Timothy Taylor Gallery in London shows that his talents also stretch into other areas, including filmmaking.

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